It was to be expected that when Project Runway moved to Los Angeles, the show would feature more celebrities. Heidi Klum once said that Hollywood has had a major influence on the world of fashion. We're three episodes in, and there have been three celebrity guest judges: Lindsay Lohan served as guest judge on the first episode, Rebecca Romijn was the subject of the episode two's maternity challenge, and last night, Rachel Bilson gave her two cents on the surf-wear challenge. PR has had celebrity guest judges in the past, but now it's become a regular component of the show. So I want to know, do you like the heavy celeb presence on PR?Get Rachel Bilson's PR look from last night!
Last night's Project Runway was all about maternity wear. Did you tune in? The designers were asked to create an outfit for then-pregnant Rebecca Romijn, who is now the mommy of twin girls. The bulging belly was an obstacle for most of the designers, and it showed in their creations. Shirin's red draped dress and coat (left) ended up winning for being the most wearable, but there were a few other looks worthy of the win — do you agree with the winner and loser? Flip through and tell me, which PR pregnancy look is most Fab?
I'll be honest, I was nervous about Project Runway's new home, Lifetime, and new location, Los Angeles. But after watching last night, I'm hooked again. The first challenge was to create a red-carpet gown — fitting seeing as how they're in Hollywood. Lindsay Lohan served as guest judge, along with constants Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia, and Michael Kors. As for the designers, as usual, some are exceptional, some are so not, and the rest are in between. So far, Ra'mon, Johnny, and Christopher have shown promise, the latter taking the crown last night. Did you tune in? What did you think?Source
It's been a while since there's been any Project Runway talk on Fab. Well, besides that nasty lawsuit. But all has been settled and our favorite fashion reality show will return on Lifetime Aug. 20. So what do you say we start getting to know the 16 designers and their previous work? There are eight males and eight females, and it's never too early place dibs on who will make it to the end. Judging from his sketches, Johnny looks like he has major potential. Who are you backing?